BREXIT thread


#3125

I can see his appeal to a certain type of Fine Gael voter who don’t give a fuck about anyone else, and happily for them varadkar doesn’t give a fuck about anyone beyond that constituency anyway.


#3126

Whrereas you hang out with nobody.


#3127

Mid to late 40s


#3128

That’s pretty irrelevant. His popularity is around 50% and was as high as 60% last year with there always been a good 15% of “Don’t knows”.

People liking Varadkar or disliking him would vary from his stance on social issues to the economy to his political party. It’s a good guess that your little sample of buddies doesn’t reflect the National body.

Where is your statement about “not giving a fuck about anyone else” come from? Personally I am cooler on Varadkar now as he has been prioritizing spending and returning to the unsustainable policies of the 2000s rather than doing what he claimed he would.

I know you’re a bit myopic but surely you’ve moved beyond this Tory boy narrative on Varadkar? He is desperate to be popular and proving to be far from doctrinal. This is fueling his incredibly cringey behaviour on social media.


#3129

That would be more his voters I would have thought.


#3130

I think it’s pretty clear from nearly everything that he says that he is more interested in looking after his/FGs voters than wider society.


#3131

Yet you’re a big fan of the Tories and the Republican party in the US despite both having proved to be far more fiscally irresponsible than their Labour and Democrat counterparts for many decades standing.

So we can dismiss your post as that of a tribal moron.


#3132

You’ll need to expand on that with a little evidence, say the two budgets just gone.

A bit of critical analysis would go a long way for you.


#3133

I don’t need to do anything.


#3134

Of course you don’t, because you are incapable of articulating your points beyond glib statements and emotive language.


#3135


#3136

Incorrect. What you mean is that I don’t have the inclination to write endless long winded tripe like you.


#3137

Tim wants billions of public money to builld a wall to separate wealthy areas from the great unwashed.

“Fiscal responsibility”.


#3138

As pointed out time and time again with you, yoh do this with everyone.

Run into thread and makes confident point about said topic

point contested

a couple of replies with little to back of statement

runs away and claim superiority

It’s textbook.


#3139

If you say so.


#3140

Lolzers.

There’s some amount of projection there. :laughing:

SAD!


#3141

Dunno, 35-50 maybe. People who think friends is the ideal lifestyle.


#3142

Things just got real folks, the Grand national could be affected by Brexit according to Michael Gove.


#3143

Boris Johnson is at the Pendulum “summit” in Dublin today:


#3144

100k for Boris. The Brexit dividend.